President Trump: "I'm A Nationalist," Not A GlobalistChris Menahan
Oct. 23, 2018
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President Trump proclaimed himself a "nationalist" and not a globalist to roaring applause Monday at his jam-packed rally in Houston, Texas.
Under Republican leadership, America is winning again. America is respected again because we are putting America First. It hasn't happened in a lot of decades. We're putting them first. We're taking care of ourselves for a change. ... But radical Democrats want to turn back the clock for the rule of corrupt, power hungry, globalists. You know what globalist is? A globalist is a person that wants the globe to do well, frankly, not caring about our country so much.Globalism is a failed ideology.
There's a reason nationalists are surging throughout the West and even now in Brazil. Being nothing more than interchangeable units for globalist megacorporations has lost its appeal.
Watch the full rally below:
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